Sherm & Rafael Manga Team Up For Electrifying Tech House EP, ‘Can’t Stop’ via Hood Politics

Chicago native Matt Sherman aka sherm, created an impressive presence in Chicago and beyond. He built one of electronic music’s greatest podcasts from the ground up – Sherm in the cabin – and his versatile talents as both a DJ and performer have earned him coveted spots at the North Coast Music Festival, Lollapalooza afterparties, while supporting tours of superstars like Galantis, John Summit And Armin Van neighbors.

Brazilian DJ/producer Rafael Manga has also been making waves, landing releases on coveted labels such as Low Ceiling, Hood Politics, Loulou Records and have even been supported by artists like Joel corry And I do not think so. He has an innate ability to seamlessly blend house and tech house elements in a way that leaves the listener spellbound and ready to dance at the same time.

Now, Sherm and Rafael Manga have teamed up for a massive two-track EP via Hood Politics, “Can’t Stop,” just in time for the weekend. The title track is fused with different elements of Rafael and Sherm’s signature style – that low-end Brazilian bass, combined with Sherm’s colorful call-and-response techniques. Battle tested on dance floors and approved by the pros, it’s no secret that this HITS track!

The first time I heard Rafael Manga’s music was his editing for “Whoomp There It Is” and I immediately signed him to Hood Politics. I loved his style and I knew I wanted to collaborate with this talented Brazilian producer. He sent me “Can’t Stop” and something clicked – it was going to be our song. So happy with how it ended and I’m thrilled to finally be able to post it with him on Hood Politics together!sherm

Rafael Manga also provides the EP’s second track with a club banger titled “Ha-Tata” – there is no B-side on Hood Poli and this track proves it once again.

“I contacted Sherm via DM and sent him Can’t Stop, but it was just a good instrumental backing track, but there was something more important missing from the music, something that would touch the soul. souls of people and then Sherm did magic with putting what was most important, beautiful vocals and exceptional details to become a hit Ha-tata is a song that defines my style a lot, because it has everything which I love, like rock solid bass on the floor, rap vocals and electrifying drops.” – Raphael Manga

The “Can’t Stop” EP is the culmination of a series of remixes and edits that Sherm released this week, including a new flip with CHAN of the Will Smith classic, Miamia compelling remix featuring Edward Maya and Vika Jigulina’s Spekter Love in Stereo”, and a collaboration with fellow up-and-coming artist aboywithabag titled sexy lady”.

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